Grocery store chain Coles is recalling packets of child spinach bought in supermarkets throughout New South Wales, the ACT and Queensland as a consequence of potential salmonella contamination.
The 60g, 120g and 280g packets had been obtainable on the market since April 4.
They had been bought in Coles supermarkets, Coles Native and thru Coles on-line within the three states — however not together with shops in Lavington, Deniliquin and Albury.
Authorities company Meals Requirements Australia and New Zealand says “Customers shouldn’t eat this product and will return the product to the place of buy for a full refund.”
The Meals Requirements Company additionally stated, ‘High quality testing by our provider has recognized the presence of Salmonella within the 120g Child Spinach product. As a precaution, Coles is recalling all three Child Spinach merchandise sourced from this provider (together with the 60g and 280g pack sizes).
Solely the Child Spinach merchandise with the particular Use By dates detailed are being recalled. No different Coles pre-packed spinach or salad merchandise are impacted by this recall.’
The Affected Packets Use By Dates
Coles Child Spinach 60g : 13 April 2022
Coles Child Spinach 120g : 13 & 14 April 2022
Coles Child Spinach 280g: 13 & 14 April 2022
The affected merchandise have been obtainable for purchases since April 4, 2022.
What if the Product has been eaten?
Meals Requirements says in case you’re involved about your well being, you must search medical recommendation.
Widespread salmonella poisoning signs to be careful for:
- nausea diarrhoea
- stomach ache
Signs of salmonella poisoning normally begin between six and 72 hours after the contaminated meals is eaten and final between 4 and 7 days.
Clients can return the product to any Coles grocery store for a full refund.
Coles On-line clients can obtain a full refund or credit score by contacting Coles On-line Buyer Care on 1800 455 400.